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Types of AV Senders Wireless

  • Author:Pakite
  • Release on :2016-08-27

Types of Wireless AV Senders


Types of Wireless AV Senders

There are two basic types of AV senders, each transmits in a specific frequency range: 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz. The different frequencies are transmitted by radio waves through the use of an antenna attached to the transmitter and receiver. The frequency range determines the overall quality of the transmission signal of the transmitter to the receiver.

 

2.4GHz Wireless AV Sender:

2.4 GHz AV sender is more popular than 5.8 GHz AV sender. 2.4GHz frequency band has strong penetrate ability and suitable for the environment existing wall, especially for used at different floors. 2.4 GHz AV sender’s television picture may be fuzzy or difficult to view due to frequency interference caused by other devices in the home. Such sources could include baby monitors, WiFi, and anything that operates with a 2.4 GHz frequency.

 

5.8 GHz Wireless AV Sender:

5.8 GHz AV sender employs a relatively new form of technology that is still evolving. It is more expensive because the signal output and picture are clearer. 5.8GHz frequency band has strong anti-interference ability and suitable for open space. With this setup, there is little interference from other radio frequencies as is the case with the 2.4 GHz AV sender. When there is interference such as with 5.8 GHz cordless telephones, the user can change the specific channel within the frequency band to a channel other than the one used by the cordless telephones. Both the transmitter and receiver broadcast frequency channels should be the same. 5.8GHz frequency band suitable for the using environment existing many other wireless device.

 

  In a word, the wireless av sender were divide into two series, 2.4GHz has strong penetration ability, 5.8GHz has strong anti-interference. Choose a suitable av sender to enjoy freely wireless HD AV sharing data and Hi-Fi audio and video effect.